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  • Tabu Ley Rochereau dies at 73; musician brought Afro-pop worldwide

    Tabu Ley Rochereau dies at 73; musician brought Afro-pop worldwide
    Congolese superstar musician and songwriter Tabu Ley Rochereau, whose electrifying performances fused African and Latin rhythms into an irresistible blend, was greatly responsible in the 1970s for bringing Afro-pop to Europe and other parts of the world....
  • Mailbag: It was a banner year for Environmental Nature Center

    I want to take a moment to update the community on all of the great things the Environmental Nature Center has been up to this year. We have put your donations to good use! This year more than 21,000 people participated in educational programs at the...
  • Former Hartt Students Sing At Julie Harris Tribute

    It was a beautiful remembrance Tuesday in New York for the memorial for actress Julie Harris who died Aug. 24 at the age of 87 with touching recollections from Christopher Plummer, HalHolbrook, Zoe Caldwell, Cherry Jones, Rosemary Harris, Joan Van Ark and...
  • From foster care to success

    From foster care to success
    When Antwan Turpeau, 33, was a young boy, his family was homeless on and off for about three years. Some evenings they couldn't get into a shelter, so they would spend the night riding the Red Line from end to end. Turpeau said that his mother was a...
  • Former lab chimp Kitty, Nim Chimpsky's companion, dies

    Former lab chimp Kitty, Nim Chimpsky's companion, dies
    Kitty, a female chimpanzee that gave birth to many offspring used in laboratory experiments, has died in a Texas animal sanctuary, the Humane Society of the United States announced Friday. Believed to have been born some 51 years ago, Kitty had been...
  • Agency becomes 'angel' for girl with cerebral palsy, seizures

    Agency becomes 'angel' for girl with cerebral palsy, seizures
    A social butterfly at heart, Isavella Escobar has clipped wings. The 8-year-old doesn't leave her house unless it's for a doctor's appointment. She doesn't go to school — a tutor comes to her twice a week. She doesn't go to the playground when...
  • Chicago-area doctor works herpes case in 'Untold Stories of the ER'

    Chicago-area doctor works herpes case in 'Untold Stories of the ER'
    Chicago-area physician Matt Valente is challenged with a difficult diagnosis in the latest episode of Discovery Fit & Health's "Untold Stories of the ER." Valente's middle-aged patient appears to have had a stroke, but Valente isn't convinced that's...
  • Bill Moyers: Who are 'we the people'?

    Bill Moyers: Who are 'we the people'?
    On my 16th birthday in 1950, I went to work for the daily newspaper in the small East Texas town where I grew up. It was a racially divided town — about 20,000 people, half of them white, half of them black — a place where you could grow up...
  • PASSINGS: Audrey Totter

    PASSINGS: Audrey Totter
    Audrey Totter, 95, a blond leading lady of 1940s film noir who starred as a tough-talking dame in "Lady in the Lake," "The Set-Up" and "High Wall," died Thursday at West Hills Hospital, said her daughter, Mea Lane. Totter, a Woodland Hills resident, had a...
  • Actress Audrey Totter, Femme Fatale of Classsic Noir Films, Dies at 94

    Audrey Totter, a steely blonde actress known for her leading roles in some film noir's most prominent titles, including "Lady in the Lake," "The Set-Up," died Thursday. She was 94. Totter, who was living in the Motion Picture and Television Home in recent...
  • A timeless classic

    A timeless classic
    To one generation, he is a salesman of opinions and pork chops. Ditka. To a previous generation, he was the only coach for the Bears. Ditka. And to another generation, he was the NFL's first great tight end, a player defenses had no answer for....